Friday September 29, 2023 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Word of the Month
“his measured cadences never convey the character’s underlying passion”
2. a sequence of notes or chords
comprising the close of a musical phrase.
“the final cadences of the Prelude
Toastmaster of the Day Karen J. Bradakis
Leads the meeting. Checks that functionary roles are filled. Then calls for introduction of speakers and objectives.
Educational Moment Janine Donald
Speaker 1 Dagney Strossner
Speaker 2 Open
After each speech, Toastmaster calls for introduction of next speaker and objectives.
Topics Master Valdirene Thomas
Elevator Speech / Expression of Gratitude Janine Donald
Speaker chosen by Table Topics Master to give a 40-second presentation. There will be a 30-second evaluation of this speech during speech evaluation section.
General Evaluator Samuel G. Forlenza
Explains the importance of evaluations. Introduces speech evaluators and continues with report of functionary roles: Ah counter, grammarian, timer, etc. Gives overall evaluations of the meeting.
Evaluation of the Elevator Speech Lathisha Ramanayaka, DTM
Presents a 30-second evaluation of the Elevator Speech.
Speech Evaluator 1 Emily Lamoreaux
Speech Evaluator 2 Lathisha Ramanayaka, DTM
Gives feedback to the speaker on the objectives and presentation of his/her speech.
Grammarian/Ah Counter Open
Checks for grammar use and Word of the Month use. Also checks for audible pauses and filler words.
Watcher / Chat Monitor Emily Lamoreaux
Notices all meeting participants and provide feedback for improvement. Watches and facilitates the chat communication.
Makes notes on the speeches and table topics and asks questions to see how well attendees listened during the meeting.
Presents a joke or memorable quote.
Timer Sarra Idehen, DTM
Keeps time for speeches, table topics and other roles throughout the meeting.
President or Presiding Officer Janine Donald
Calls for any club business. Wraps up meeting.
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Backup Speaker Open
RSVP deadline is past